RefWorks is a web-based citation manager that allows you to create your own personal library of sources by importing references from databases like PubMed or websites like the CDC, as well as automatically format your paper's in-text citations and bibliography in Microsoft Word. Join us for a workshop to learn: How to login to your RefWorks account How to import references into your personal RefWorks library from library databases and other sources Add in-text citations and references list to your paper in Microsoft Word To prepare for this workshop please contact Information Solutions to request they add the RefWorks Citation Manager add-in to Microsoft Word for you. Information Solutions: 843-792-9700
This session is appropriate for anyone who is new to MUSC or who wants a refresher on the amazing resources and services available through MUSC Libraries. Join us for a virtual orientation to the new library website and hear about some of the key resources and services available to support your education, research, and patient care needs.
Our eBooks are easy to find in the Library! This eBooks Workshop is designed to make it even easier for you to find books in the library collection. We will demonstrate how to browse the library's eBook collection using our eBooks portal, register for accounts, borrow books, and read them on your mobile devices.
Our online tutorials and courses cover a range of topics that guide you through using our resources and services. You must self-enroll in order to access any tutorials or courses.
The archival collections include historic photographs, yearbooks, school newspapers, course catalogs, business papers of administrative offices, rare books and special collections.
We use digital technology to collect, preserve and provide access to information. Our digital collections are open to students, faculty, staff, alumni and the general public.
The Things Which Keep Him Busy part of the Waring Historical Library Medical Caricatures Collection.
While every period of history contains dramatic events, the COVID-19 pandemic is an extraordinary time in medical history. The MUSC COVID-19 Archive has been created to document the daily life of the Medical University of South Carolina, its students, faculty, and staff as well as the lives of those in South Carolina and the Southeast impacted by healthcare and the pandemic.